accord

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈkɔːrd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈkɔrd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə kôrd)


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accord

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. The [experts, doctors, researchers] are not in accord.
  2. am not in accord with you
  3. are not in accord on the [issue, topic]
  4. an accord on [social, peace, financial, immigration] issues
  5. the [Geneva] Accord
  6. the peace accords were (not) agreed upon (by)
  7. [a trade, an economic] accord
  8. The accords were [written, agreed upon] in [December].
  9. An accord was (finally) reached in [December].
  10. The accords were signed by [ten nations].
  11. [Ten nations] signed the accords.
  12. is starting to feel like we will never reach an accord
  13. [struggled, sought, tried] to reach an accord
  14. An accord was [eventually, ultimately] reached.
  15. reached an accord with [the unions, their counterparts, leaders, other nations]
  16. an accord that would end the [war, fighting]
  17. The accord ended the [war].
  18. an accord between [ten nations]
  19. We need to [reach, come to] an accord soon!
  20. an accord [banning, outlawing, expelling, removing]
v
  1. accords with the [views, expectations] of
  2. accord [favors, respect] to her
  3. accord her the same [rights, privileges, status]
  4. the [rights] accorded to her
  5. be accorded [the same privileges, a certain status]
  6. accord [it] the same importance as
  7. [was, were, should be] accorded priority
  8. accord [well] with
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